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British Airways has pledged to do everything it can to help concerned passengers due to travel to or from Nice following the deadly attack in the city.
The airline said people due to fly in the next few days will be able to fly on a different date or to a different destination.
A BA spokeswoman said: "Following the tragic events in Nice we are contacting customers to give our support and offer to change their flight if they wish.
"We'd encourage customers in Nice to get in touch with us if they want to make a change to their booking and we will do everything we can to help. Our deepest sympathies are with the loved ones of the victims."
Travel trade organisation Abta urged holidaymakers already in Nice to follow the latest official advice on travel to France.
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The airline easyJet has currently cancelled 145 flights because of a strike by air traffic controllers in France.
The company said that 40 of the cancelled flights on Monday affect UK flights.
It added that it was "disappointed" at what it called "unnecessary strike action" which has affected many passengers and airlines across Europe.
EasyJet said that those meant to be travelling on Monday should check their flight status.
There is industrial action in France affecting some flights today. Pls use our Flight Tracker to check your flight: https://t.co/wzlRrlXQra
The company said it was trying to minimise disruption to passengers caused by the strike.
Although this is outside of our control we would like to apologise to all our customers for any inconvenience and would like to reassure them we are doing all possible to minimise any disruption as a result of the industrial actio
Ryanair has cancelled over 200 flights because of a strike in France by air traffic controllers.
The airline was critical of what it called the "selfish" actions of the ATC unions that led to the cancellation and delays of flights across Europe.
It urged passengers to sign its petition - Keep Europe Skies Open - which calls on the European Commission and European Parliament to protect Europe from what it called "repeated blackmail and disruption" by ATC unions.
1/2 Due to a French ATC strike, we regret a number of flights are cancelled on Monday 21 March. Further info here: https://t.co/zV75hOu700
It says it has contacted all affected customers by email and SMS text message with their options: a full refund, rebooking on to the next available flight or rebooking onto an alternative route.
Budget airline Ryanair has branded the French aviation unions "selfish" following the start of a three-day strike by the country's air traffic controllers.
Hundreds of passengers flying with easyJet, Ryanair and British Airways will face flight cancellations and delays up until Tuesday as a result of the French industrial action in a move that Ryanair deemed "unwarranted" and "grossly unfair".
Passengers travelling from Gatwick, Heathrow and Luton Airport have already been hit by rescheduling after the strike began on Sunday with officials at Gatwick saying that passengers had experienced delays averaging more than 50 minutes.
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